Chitwan Jungle Safari tour package
The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour is one of the most popular short safari tours in Nepal, consisting of 2 nights and 3 days. The Chitwan National Park is the largest national park in Nepal. It is a world heritage site as well as a Ramsar site – Beeshazari Tal – in the Chitwan National Park. Over the past three decades of managing Chitwan National Park, the park has accumulated a wealth of experience in resolving conflicts between the park and its inhabitants.
Chitwan Jungle Safari is a rich natural area in the southern part of Nepal in the subtropical region. There are 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna, and 126 species of fish in the park. Among the animals that are protected in the park are the One Horned Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the Gharial Crocodile.
The Chitwan Jungle Safari tour package includes two nights and three days of elephant riding and jungle safaris in Chitwan. With the help of a jungle safari, you can enjoy the jungle’s wildlife in their natural habitat in a safe manner. In addition to this, the park offers visitors the opportunity to view the one-horn rhino in its natural habitat up close. Numerous species of deer, langur monkeys, wild boars, etc, can also be found in the area.
We have arranged for a canoe ride along the Rapti River to be part of our tour of Chitwan National Park. It is a fantastic opportunity to be able to view a quarter of the remaining Gharial population in the world at the bank. During the time of its hunt for fish, it was thought that the crocodile’s snout would be associated with aphrodisiac properties.
The tour begins from Kathmandu to Chitwan by tourist bus, followed by a drive or flight from Kathmandu or Pokhara to Chitwan. Finally, you can take a tourist bus to Pokhara or Kathmandu from there. There is also the option of doing the Chitwan jungle safari for 2 nights and 3 days before or after the trekking/ mountaineering.
Best Time to Visit Chitwan
There is a unique experience in the park every season. With an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius in the autumn, October through February is pleasant months. The temperatures can reach 43 degrees Celsius even as early as March, and the hot, humid weather gives way to the monsoon season, which lasts from late June until September. The rivers are flooded and the roads are impassable
In January, local villagers are allowed to cut thatch grasses to meet their needs, giving visitors an opportunity to get a closer look at wildlife. A wide range of migratory birds joins the resident birds in September, November, February, and April, resulting in spectacular bird-watching opportunities.
During the monsoon season, the lush vegetation is a result of the rains, but most trees bloom during the winter season. The Palash tree and silk cotton tree are known as the “flame of the forest,” as they have spectacular red flowers. After or before a Nepal trek such as the Annapurna Region or Everest region, we organize solo to small group tours to Chitwan for 2 nights and 3 days.